Share A Pint

Share A Pint

The craft beer scene is full of great stories! Whether you're a homebrewer or brew for a brewery, an artist who creates the wonderful label art on the brews we enjoy, a distributor or work on the sales and marketing side... Regardless of your connection to the craft beer industry, if you have an interesting story to tell, we at "Share a Pint" want to hear it and help bring your story to craft beer enthusiasts everywhere!

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September 17, 2021 47 min

In this episode, recorded during our July trip to Georgia, Stephen & Devon Peet talk about their family brewing history and the role it played when opening in mid-May of 2021. They share the origin of Kettlerock, its impact on the overall taproom design and feel, plus how it plays into their beer names. Devon discusses their approach to Sours and Hard Seltzers, which he feels is unique. Stephen tells a great story about South L...

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In this episode, Adam Davis talks about the history behind their facility and the town of Berlin, Maryland; explains why using local ingredients is important to them; describes how they pivoted to survive COVID-19 and open Loakal Branch in Delmar, Delaware; shares the story behind their highly sought after fruited-sour series: J.R.E.A.M., including what it means; discusses the numerous local businesses they own in town and reveals ...

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In part two of our conversation with Maureen O'Prey, she draws upon her experience as Public Relations Manager for Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot & discusses Maryland's antiquated alcohol laws; how BAM and Grow & Fortify helped bring about legislative changes based on COVID; what she believes will remain in place once the Pandemic is over & how people can make sure their voices are heard. She also teases so...

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In the first of a two-part episode, we talk with Maryland Beer Historian, Maureen O'Prey; author of Brewing in Baltimore, Beer in Maryland and co-host of the Emmy award-winning documentary Brewmore Baltimore. She shares stories of women and minorities from Maryland's brewing history; discusses connecting the past and the present using historical recipes with Checkerspot Brewing; reveals an invention we see every day from Ba...

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In this episode, Marcus Thomas & Leo Michanco share their ties to the local community & surrounding Washington County area; what it was like to expand to a new facility during the Pandemic, how this move led to a partnership with Rad Pies & created the perfect spot for Homaide Brewing to open! Marcus discusses renovation plans for their outdoor seating area & Leo previews a TON of upcoming collabs you won't want...

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In this episode, Dan Baumiller discusses a unique sacrifice he and fellow Co-Founder Nick Fertig made to grow the brewery; how farm-life ties into their city location, the importance of live music and how their relationship with All Time Low lead to "Beer Maria: Count Me In", plus the stories behind several of their popular beer series: Hops the Cat, Dan's Jams and their wrestling themed beers! Also, in our "Straigh...

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In this episode, we talk with Co-Founder Christian Layke & Marketing Manager Erin Karla of Silver Branch Brewing in Silver Spring, Maryland. They discuss their unique location, paying homage to the 4 major brewing cultures, their use of traditional brewing techniques & Gemutlichkeit. Christian shares how visiting Bamberg & his apprenticeship in Belgium helped shape him as a brewer, plus the role it played in them winnin...

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In our Season 2 opener, we sit down with Earl Holman, Co-Founder of Crooked Crab Brewing in Odenton, Maryland. Earl discusses being Anne Arundel County's first brewery; shares how creating outdoor seating & discovering 25 oz Crowlers helped them survive COVID-19; discusses several of their popular beer series & reveals a clever connection between two of them; talks about upcoming collaborations & possible future exp...

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Response to our original "Straight from the Tap" segment was overwhelmingly positive, so we're releasing another! In this one, I turn the tables on Rob Lutz (close friend and long-time supporter) and ask him the seven questions he asked me in the original segment. The idea for these segments came from Rob, while we were recording the 1st Anniversary Special. We separated them because they made more sense as stand-alone ...

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Originally recorded during our 1st Anniversary Special, this segment seemed to make more sense as a stand-alone piece, rather than as part of our one-year celebration. In it, Rob Lutz (close friend and long-time supporter) suggests a new segment for the show, which he calls "Straight from the Tap". Check it out, then be sure to comment on the video and let us know if you'd like to see it added to the show in Season 2. [...

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November 27, 2020 59 min

This bonus episode celebrates our First Anniversary! In it, Rob Lutz, close friend & long-time supporter of the show, turns the tables on host Jerry Hulla, asking how he got into craft beer, where he got his idea for the podcast, the story behind the name, why he feels the video versions add more to the show, what happens behind the scenes & what to expect in Season 2 when it debuts. This episode is filled with highlights &...

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In this episode, Yancy Bodenstein shares what it was like opening during a Pandemic, the family story behind their name & Steampunk theme, receiving a Silver Medal at the National Honey Board's Mead Crafters Competition last month, their ties to the community, plus educates us about mead: various styles, how the process differs from brewing, why they don't filter, 'still' vs 'flat' & session mead. [o...

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In this episode, Tim Rose discusses the rich history behind their name & location, Burkittsville's ties to Halloween, outlines their self-guided walking tour & why it's fun for the whole family, educates us about cider, shares why the farm is 'COVID-19 friendly' & talks about their Witch's Brew fundraiser for the Maryland Food Bank! [originally released 10/30/20]

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In this episode, Emma Whelan shares her perspective & experiences as a woman in the Maryland Craft Beer Industry, how she met fellow Co-Founder & Head Brewer Matt Cronin, taking over what used to be Joe's Record Paradise, their original concept versus what it became, the various reasons for doing collaborations, all the unique community events they hold at the brewery & how they pivoted due to COVID-19. [originally ...

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In this episode, Chris & Kerry Keene share how Afghanistan and a root canal resulted in Veteran-owned Baile Cask & Kettle (aka Bagels & Brews), the unexpected benefit stemming from COVID-19 halting construction, a pivot which yielded a hop farm and farm brewery, the BIG endorsement that came out of the 2019 Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, plus Kerry shares a very cool story about the early days of Adroit Theory! [origina...

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In this episode, Kendrick Doolan outlines MD Craft Beer's evolution, highlights his MidWest road-trip & distributing mixed 4-packs of Maryland beer along the way, discusses recent brewery openings & how he stays on top of future ones, shares his gateway craft beer, talks about his time in Germany, reveals how he got 64oz Growler fills of Stone for $3-5 & we do something we've NEVER done before on the show! [orig...

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In this episode, Jon Zerivitz discusses turning their recent 8th Anniversary celebration into an online event that featured surprise celebrity guests, what went into creating their '8 Box', The Union Collective & how it benefits the local community, their Black Is Beautiful release, raising $10,420 for the Baltimore Restaurant Relief Fund with their Somebody To Lean On beer, who Zadie is & why 'Beer Unites'!...

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In this episode, Jake Berg outlines all the resources available at DC Beer, explains where The DC Beer Show has gone & what DC Beer Week might look like this year, discusses Garrett Oliver's "Michael Jackson Foundation" & beers that raise awareness: Black Is Beautiful, Amplify Black Voices & Code Talker, shares his craft beer experiences in Asia, talks about Other Half Brewing coming to DC & more! [origi...

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In this episode, Zac Rissmiller shares the meaning behind their unique name, the role contract brewing played, why they almost ended up in Pennsylvania, how taking a risk & "going  big" paid off, what he'd like to bring to Maryland from his 10 years of brewing in Colorado, why he feels beer is like art, his love of classic styles and the stages Colorado breweries have gone through during COVID-19. [originally releas...

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In this episode, Jim Bauckman shares what BAM does for the Maryland craft beer community, including legislative changes they helped pass to keep the industry afloat during COVID-19; how the Maryland Craft Beer Festival was adapted to "SofaSippin", a virtual event; Grow & Fortify's role; why you should watch "Fermented Friday" & current plans for the Baltimore Craft Beer Festival! [originally released 7/2...

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